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Nikon N70 35mm...open back of camera and area covering that opens up to expose film, the individual "strips"covering that opening were inadvertantly pushed in and need to be reset into opening...How?

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They can't. You've destroyed the shutter assembly and it must be replaced which is a professional job. You cannot simply push the shutter blades back into place and expect them to work correctly; they're a precision assembly manufactured to very fine tolerances.

N70's are now near-worthless, so repairs make no economic sense at all. Just look on FreeCycle/Freegle and get a replacement for free: it's where I get most of my Canon and Nikon 35mm SLR's and also where I get occasional Mamiya or Bronica medium format models.

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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